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We created the Analog Devices Foundation to align our employee engagement and community investment initiatives in a way that expands our positive social impact. Together, we can make a greater impact in the communities where we operate and live throughout the world.

Our Mission


Taking guidance from the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, the Analog Devices Foundation supports charitable organizations that further the Foundation’s mission to protect the environment, improve education access, and advance social change

Protect and Regenerate the Environment

Protect the Environment

Support initiatives that help reduce carbon emissions, conserve water and reduce waste, protect the ocean, and promote renewable energy sources.

Next-generation Education

Improve Education Access

Improve Education Access

Support initiatives that broaden access to high quality STEM education and job opportunities as well as provide underserved communities with the tools they need to progress and thrive.

STEM Education Access

Advance Societal Change

Advance Societal Change

Support initiatives and leverage innovative solutions to solve community problems, support efforts to eradicate poverty, and promote health and well-being.

Addressing Hunger & Food Waste

Our Reach

Analog Devices Foundation is committed to supporting the communities where ADI employees live and work around the world, and we encourage employees to propose local charitable organizations that might be a good fit for our support. Knowing communities can benefit from the enthusiasm, motivation, and creative spirit of ADI employees, the Foundation also supports involvement with qualified nonprofit organizations through matching gifts for both an employee’s time and money.

World Map with pins indicating all of the countries Analog has donated to.
2 Million dollars Employee Donations + Foundation Match


800 thousand dollars In Community Grants


900 plus Unique Organizations Contributed To


20 Unique Countries Contributed To


*FY 2022

Engineering a Better Future

The Analog Devices Foundation supports eligible charitable organizations that align with and advance the Foundation’s mission.

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2022 ESG Report

Learn how ADI is maximizing impact with our approach to philanthropy and charitable giving by reading about the Foundation in our ESG Report

Read about the Foundation

Matching Employee Gifts

The Foundation is committed to building up our communities. We are proud to support ADI employees in their charitable giving by matching both direct donations and volunteer hours to eligible charitable organizations.

ADI Employees  discussing charitable giving and ADI matched donations.

Give. Care. Do.

Leveraging the ingenuity of ADI employees around the world, the platform of “Give. Care. Do.” facilitates volunteer and donation opportunities to drive positive change and help solve real-world problems that benefit our lives, communities, and planet.

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Community Grants

One of our key objectives is to identify grant recipients that are important to our employees and representative of the communities in which we live and work. We believe that our employees have great ideas for important grants, allowing the Foundation to drive meaningful positive change and engineer a more sustainable future for our people and planet.

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Because we expect so much interest from within the company, the Foundation does not accept unsolicited charitable funding requests or proposals at this time.

Eligible Organization Guidelines

Charitable Organization Eligibility

Organizations receiving support from the Analog Devices Foundation must meet the following requirements.

1. U.S. Charitable Organizations that are:
a. Recognized by and registered with the United States Internal Revenue Code as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization;
b. Accredited Public PreK-12 Schools or School Districts in the U.S. to which contributions are tax deductible under the Internal Revenue Code of the United States; or
c. Accredited Public or Non-Profit Colleges and Universities in the U.S. to which contributions are tax deductible under the Internal Revenue Code of the United States

2. Charitable organizations, including public schools, in countries outside of the U.S. that are:
a. Recognized by Charities Aid Foundation-America (CAFA) as a charitable organization; and
b. Organized for 501(c)(3) purposes.

Ineligible Organization Guidelines

Ineligible recipient organizations include (but are not limited to):

1. Organizations that do not comply with Analog Devices’ non-discrimination policy (for example, organizations that discriminate against a person or group on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, gender identity and expression, marital or military status, or based on any individual’s status in any group or class protected by applicable federal, state, or local law);
a. Educational institutions or non-profit organizations which offer gender-based programs or have services designed to address the needs of other targeted populations, may not, in and of themselves, be considered discriminatory.

2. Religious organizations, or other organizations primarily promoting religious purposes. Other faith-based community service organizations or schools may be considered eligible if their programs;
a. Are open to all individuals in the community regardless of religious belief;
b. Serve a secular purpose with no religious teaching required for services (for example, a food bank); and
c. Do not use the individual donation for religious purposes.

3. Political organizations (partisan organizations or those supporting specific candidates or legislation); or

4. Individuals.

Contact Us

Email is the best way to contact the Analog Devices Foundation:

Analog Devices Foundation
125 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02110

U.S. Tax ID/EIN: 844029107